Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Mexican tax policy

I don't know about your governor, but Minnesota's governor would drool over a report like this for our state.

Mexico named best country for tax 'competitiveness'
Mexico has been ranked at the top of a new international list for corporate tax "competitiveness," making it the best place to do business based on a comparative analysis of countries with regard to the "total tax burden faced by companies," according to the business research firm KPMG… repeating its top position for "competitive" tax breaks when KPMG made the same analysis in 2008…

Not factored in, of course, are sustained fears among outside business leaders over the security situation in Mexico...

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